SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS.
Edwards, 20, and Grimmette, 22, the No. 1-ranked U.S. doubles luge team, have set three American track records this season, to bring to eight the total of U.S. marks they have established during their three seasons on the World Cup circuit. Through Monday they had one second and three fifth places in four World Cups this season, to tie them for second in the Cup standings. In 1992 they were second at the Lake Placid World Cup and finished the season sixth in the Cup standings. At the '91 world championships they tied for seventh place, and in '90, their first year sliding together, they placed fourth at the junior world championships and third at the senior nationals despite Edwards's having broken his left foot in training.
Tanya, a junior, won the individual crown at the girls' Class B state cross-country meet to lead Bowman High to the team title. Three weeks later, playing guard on Bowman's girls' basketball team, she sank a one-game tournament record 21-of-22 free throws to lead the Bulldogs, 27-0 for the season, to the Class B state crown.
Blair, 47, dentist for the Calgary Flames and a goalie for the all-dentist Calgary Drillers hockey team, earned his sixth straight tournament shootout win, in the finals of the medical/dental tournament, the Phoenix Calnor Cup. With the score 4-4 at the end of regulation play, the Drillers outshot the Saskatchewan All-Stars 3-0 for the win.
LAKE MARY, FLA.
Lanna, 13, led the U.S. women's gymnastics team to the silver medal at the Junior Pan Am Games while also earning silver medals in the individual all-around, uneven bars and beam, and a bronze on the floor. She is the junior national all-around champion and at 11 became the youngest gymnast ever named to the junior national team.
Michael, 17, a pool player since the age of three, finished second at the WPA junior world nine-ball championship. He won the 14-and-under eight-ball title at the 1990 junior nationals and was third the following year in the 15-18 age division. He trains with Johnny Archer, 24, of Twin City, Ga., the reigning professional world nine-ball champ.